lawofar18: (kitty)
I haven't had a zombie dream in a while. It's been like what, two weeks? Ha.

So I once again dreamt that zombies were taking over the world, and I was stuck at home. All my super-cool swords were at my apartment, leaving me with some cheap dull ones. I was hiding out in my room, trying to find all the swords buried in my closet, when I heard tourists outside my window. My house had somehow transported into the middle of a Florida swamp, and the tourists were there to look at the crocodiles. I tried to open the window to warn them that the crocodiles were probably zombie!crocodiles at this point, but I couldn't get the window open. I decided to charge down the stairs to get to the tourists, while hacking at the zombies with my dull sword and hoping for the best, but when I opened my room door, I discovered that the zombies had cloned my cat! (I don't know how the zombies acquired cloning technology.) So I had to fight off all these zombie!kitties while searching for my real kitty, all the while stabbing with another sword to keep the hungry zombies at bay.

Sometimes, I'm pretty badass in my dreams.
lawofar18: (How to Steal a Million)
Ragtime The Musical has fantastic music.

This is what I learned this weekend.

I also learned that I can't pull off an Audrey Hepburn hat as well as Audrey Hepburn can, but I will damn well try.

Successful Chinatown shopping trip this weekend. Clingy Chinese shop owners, red bean and fruit ice, soup noodles, what more could I want?

Need to start thinking of a Halloween costume soon. D:

SCORE

Sep. 4th, 2008 10:55 am
lawofar18: (Dr Who)
I DREAMT THAT I BECAME THE TENTH DOCTOR'S COMPANION AND WE STARTED DATING AND WE DANCED A LOT.

MARY SUE DREAMS ROCK.

Urghhhhhhh

Aug. 26th, 2008 11:10 am
lawofar18: (Archie why me)
Coming back to work after a vacation weekend was bad enough, but one thing after another combined to make yesterday one of the worst Mondays ever. Then I had to spectacularly end my Horrible Day of Horribleness by dropping my favorite necklace into the sink.

I gave up and went to bed after that, only to wake up this morning to discover that my eyes are swollen and my neck hurts so much I can't turn my head at all.

URGHHHHHHHHH.

My bright spot of the day was watching the rhythmic gymnastics individuals final. I love Anna Bessanova because she's adorable and has the most interestingly choreographed routines. I would totally put my kid into rhythmic gymnastics if it didn't look so political. Right after I commented aloud that the politics reminded me of ice dancing, the commentator said something along the lines of "Rhythmic gymnastics is very much like ice dance in that you have to pay your dues..." Ha.

Big Bear was loads of fun. Expect a more detailed report later when I have pics.

HOLY CRAP MY NECK HURTS SOMEONE MAKE IT STOP
lawofar18: (Archie why me)
HALF OF MY YOGHURT JUST FELL OFF ONTO THE GROUND

I AM SO SAD D: D: D:
lawofar18: (Yukimura)
NBC IS TOTALLY USING MUSIC FROM DYNASTY WARRIORS FOR BACKGROUND MUSIC IN THEIR OLYMPICS BROADCAST, I AM A LITTLE WTF AT THE FAKE!CHINESE MUSIC, QUITE A BIT AMUSED THAT THEY STOLE IT FROM SUCH A RANDOM SOURCE, AND A LOT WORRIED THAT I EVEN RECOGNIZED IT IN THE FIRST PLACE.
lawofar18: (Les miz)
I DREAMT THAT ROBERT PATTINSON WAS MADLY IN LOVE WITH ME LOL IT WAS KINDA AWESOME.

I had the fullest weekend EVAR, and I am exhausted.

On Saturday, we spent the entire day shopping at Chinatown, and then the entire evening at the Hollywood Bowl, watching Les Miz. Which was awesome, as always, but not as awesome as it usually is because it was the horribly truncated-for-time version. But, LES MIZ!!!

On Sunday, we drove down to Redondo Beach and ate an expensive amount of delicious seafood. We spent the rest of the day hanging out at the beach, renting paddle boats, eating ice cream and churros, and playing at the ghetto arcade (SURPRISE BOXES FTW). Then at night, we went to a karaoke bar on the pier and watched drunk people sing karaoke. And I actually did a song, oh snap!

Anyway: TIRED
lawofar18: (kitty)
I got Temeraire to "shake" today.

He's got "sit" down pat, but he still cheats on "lie down" because he tries inching towards my hand, where the food is, so I didn't have much hope for him learning "shake." Mostly because every time I tried to give him my hand to shake, he tried to find out if I had treats in there. With his teeth.

But not today! He shook!

I AM VERY PLEASED WITH MYSELF RIGHT NOW, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

Here, have a picture of my SMARTEST KITTEH IN THE WORLD:

lawofar18: (Dr Who)
Casualty: one toy (not mine, ha!)

Didn't get the rest of the day off from work as I was hoping (wait, when do I not hope that?).

Conclusion: not good enough

(In all seriousness, I was in Northridge during the Northridge quake and thus don't particularly hope for large earthquakes. XD So if any earthquakes out there heard my "not good enough" and were interested in pleasing me, well...don't.)

Oh yeah

Jul. 28th, 2008 01:08 pm
lawofar18: (Frodo and Sam)
Another thing I did this weekend was to watch Wall-E, which you should all see because it was frickin' adorable. It might be my favorite Pixar film, and that's saying a lot.

Also, my cat was very cute and snuggled up with me yesterday under the covers. ♥

CUTENESS POST END.
lawofar18: (takeshi rawr)
I feel compelled to point out my subject heading because of how well the quote fits my entry.

Anyway.

We watched the Jessica Alba version of The Eye last night, and it was even worse than we had anticipated. I had made everyone watch the original last week (which is a pretty decent movie), so we were all prepared to make fun of the American badness. But man, was it bad.

SPOILERZ OMG )

In conclusion
RATING: TERRIBAD
lawofar18: (hump music)
I'm sure everyone who cares on my f-list has seen this by now, but seriously, you should all go watch Joss Whedon's Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog because it's as awesome as expected. Even if I had to refresh the page for an entire day to get to it.

It's a nice change from listening to Miss Saigon for 8 hours straight, which I may or may not have done yesterday. (I love it, but damn it's depressing.)

That is all.

P.S. I am watching Wicked again tomorrow! ZOMG! Musical Week!
lawofar18: (Peter and Lucy)
I had a totally awesome dream filled with epic adventures and heartfelt drama.

Unfortunately, I don't remember most of it.

But I can recount little bits and pieces of it. I was Lucy, and I was in the middle of some bitter Narnian war between tree people and stags. Apparently, the tree people did not appreciate what the stags were doing to their forests or something like that. Anyway, I was trying to stop the fighting, which had been going on for centuries, but no one would listen to me. Suddenly, it started storming, and a huge flood came and swept all the battlers away. I was flailing around in the water, and I noticed that even though they were swimming/drowning, the stags and tree people were STILL fighting, and I despaired. I was struggling under a wave when Peter showed up and pulled me up onto dry land (AWW PETER IS THE BEST BIG BROTHER EVER).

Suddenly, I switched to being Peter (WHAT LOL) and I was swordfighting with a bunch of evil pirates. They did all sorts of gruesome things like barbecue one of my crewmembers alive (um, was I a pirate too? Arr, Pirate!Peter.) and attempted to drown me by tying my feet and tossing me overboard (REOCCURRING THEME?). Fortunately, because I was so entirely badass, I managed to still swim AND rescue another guy, all the while tied up! At this point, I departed Peter's body and just became a spectator, so I had the luxury to think things like, "Wow, he's so HOT tied up!" Um yeah.

ANYWAYS. Next, Peter and Edmund were wandering around, lost in this swamp. It was completely pitch black around them, so they couldn't find their way back to land. Edmund had this brilliant idea to taste the water, because he said that water got less saltier the closer it got to land (WTF). He started scooping water into his mouth and excitedly pointing out the right direction, and he made some lame joke to Peter about not peeing in that direction because he didn't want to be tasting THAT.

At this point, the whole bloody thing turned into a MUSICAL, and St. Nicholas showed up and began singing this song called "Pee Into the Ocean." IT WAS A LITTLE EPIC. I thought to myself, "OMG, this must be the rest of that elusive Narnia musical! I can finally get the rest of the songs and upload them to [livejournal.com profile] foraslaaan"!

THEN I WOKE UP AND I WAS SAD BECAUSE I WAS NOT PETER. D:

THE END

Argh

Jun. 28th, 2008 12:37 am
lawofar18: (Archie why me)
So last week we had a power outage, and this week, our cable is on the fritz. That makes two episodes in a row that I've missed of Doctor Who, and it makes me angry. Come on, with Scrubs gone during the summer, I only record ONE SHOW on television, and all the elements are conspiring to make sure I can't get it. WHY DO YOU LAUGH AT ME?

Really full from the barbecue today, but it was tons of fun. But srsly, guys, I am so full. SO FULL.

Also, it is very dry here and I am thirsty right now. But I am too lazy to go downstairs to get a drink. So ha.

Wow, I'm so boring, I have nothing to post about. Here, have a picture of my cat. Or two.



lawofar18: (Caspian)


VOTE CASPIAN OR DIE

WTF NO

Jun. 6th, 2008 10:28 am
lawofar18: (hump music)
Scottish actor Gerard Butler is the favourite to star in the West End sequel to The Phantom Of The Opera.

The 300 star impressed creator Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber with his performance as the Phantom in the 2004 film of the same name - and the theatre impresario now wants Butler to reprise the famous role for his forthcoming stage sequel.

Lloyd Webber tells British newspaper the Daily Express. "I have got my own new show coming on next year, which is my sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, which I think is going to be called Phantom: Once Upon Another Time. That will come on in November next year, if everything goes well."


WHAT NO SOMEONE STOP ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER. HE'S GONE GEORGE LUCAS-INSANE. PHANTOM SEQUEL?!? WTF?!? GERARD BUTLER EVER OPENING HIS MOUTH AND SINGING AGAIN?!? NO! JUST NO.

Yay dreams

May. 20th, 2008 04:36 pm
lawofar18: (lotr sleeping bags)
I dreamt that Boyfriend had this "funeral suit" and he wanted to give it away to someone that would die soon, so they could get some use out of it. The first person he offered it to was Kevin Sorbo, who was extremely offended and said, "Why would you think I'm going to die?! It's not like I'm that old!!!" and Boyfriend was like, "Well, I didn't know! It's not like you're making any movies!" Kevin Sorbo was very hurt at this and went on a huge long rant about how he was still very young and had a promising career ahead of him, and he wouldn't ever need a funeral suit anyway, ever! Then Boyfriend started calling other random actors, but no one would take the suit, so I think I told him to throw it away, surprising both of us with my non-Chinese wastefulness. The End!
lawofar18: (Default)
I had a few quibbles with some of the changes from the book, but overall, I loved it.

DETAILED REVIEW HEREIN )

DON'T PANIC

May. 9th, 2008 11:10 am
lawofar18: (Yukimura)
I ALWAYS KNEW IT WOULD COME TRUE. WHEN THE WORLD IS OVERRUN WITH FLESH-EATING UNDEAD, YOU CAN SAY THAT YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST.
lawofar18: (Yukimura)
Posting about my two dreams, which contained two favorite dream subjects: zombies and celebrities.

First, I dreamt that I was with some random chick, and the two of us were running from some zombies. I told her that I had to meet some friends (random generic dream friends) at a coffee shop, so the two of us headed over there. We waited for a long time, but they never showed up. Finally, she turned to me sadly and said, "If they're not here by now, they're not coming at all" in that ominous tone of voice that can only mean they've turned into zombies. Sure enough, my friends rambled in at that exact moment, clamoring for our brains. The girl and I kicked their asses and ran all the way back to the girl's house. We were upstairs trying to regroup, while her son was downstairs practicing piano. After a few moments, her son shouted, "Mommy, no one's arrived yet for my birthday party," and she replied, "Son, if they're not here by now, they're not coming at all." There was a sudden movie "DUN DUN DUNNNNNN" moment as the quote hit home and we looked at each other with realization crashing down upon us, and then we both dashed downstairs. Well, guess what we found? A whole BUNCH of mommy and children zombies who had arrived for the kid's birthday party! They were ambling around the boy as he sat at the piano.

The girl screamed, "DON'T MOVE!" and then she and I proceeded to go around and...well...bash up a whole bunch of mommies and little girls and boys in party outfits. I AM NOT A DISTURBED PERSON, THEY WERE ZOMBIES!!! D:

Anyway, we grabbed the kid, hopped into a car, and started driving around the city. Because of all the traffic jam, we turned into a parking garage (always a brilliant idea when escaping monsters), only to find the parking lot crawling with zombies (duh). Since we couldn't back out (about ten more brilliant people had followed suit and were behind us in this narrow parking garage), we began driving the car upwards, hoping that at the roof would be a bridge to another building or some other means of escape (I KNOW, SINCE WHEN DO PARKING GARAGES HAVE CAR ESCAPES ON THEIR ROOF). On our way up, we saw frantic people driving back down, screaming, "THERE IS NO ESCAPE" at us from their cars. We disregarded them and continued on our way up to the top, only to discover there was absolutely no car exit on the roof (BIG SURPRISE). I hopped out of the car, trying to think fast, since a horde of zombies was slowly ambling out towards the trapped group on the roof, and I saw a fire escape ladder on one side. Score! Since everyone else was too busy screaming and being useless, I ran up to the ladder and started unhooking it. Apparently, the ladder was folded up several times, so I had to climb down a few rungs, unhook the next section, and so on until I reached the bottom. Then I started yelling at the people to hand the children down the ladder first and then climb down in an orderly fashion (which, surprisingly, they did).

Almost everyone had made their way down except for a few of my friends (yes, somehow they were in the parking garage too), and I was shouting at them to come down, when they simply vanished. I started freaking out and ran around calling for them. Suddenly, the dream switched, and I was in some type of summer camp, only the camp took place in an alternate universe. Dave was our camp counselor and advised me to go speak Them - apparently, the nameless people who controlled the camp/alternate universe - about my missing friends. I went up to some dude in a suit and sunglasses, and he told me that I would just have to wait and see. I became a bit hysterical and demanded that they bring my friends back immediately, but he just stood stolidly by this door (the door back to my own universe?!) and insisted I wait. A few minutes later, much to my great relief, my friends reappeared unharmed.

And...I can't remember much after that. But, uh, at least it had a happy ending?

My second dream sounds a little anticlimactic now, but it was still exciting in its own way. I dreamt James Marsden was my English teacher! And he was really hot, the end.

Profile

lawofar18: (Default)
lawofar18

January 2011

S M T W T F S
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526 272829
3031     

Syndicate

RSS Atom

Most Popular Tags

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Jul. 25th, 2017 04:50 am
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios